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Blogs pages and single blog postings. Blogs page is the target page of your blog. Shows more than one blog entry in a blog listing or raster, according to your submission. You can view either the full article or brief extracts from the blog. Blogs show thumbnails for each posting and can also contain text.
A click on a contribution caption or a miniature picture opens the single blog contribution on its own page. It is possible to have several blog pages on your website. Specific template files also have specific blog functions, such as side bars. Every blog entry has its own page and its own unique link to a website. Blogs are subpages of a blog page.
Your blog entries have different layouts, different designs, and different functions depending on the style sheet. Any number of blog entries can be added to a blog page. Choose Blog from the New Page drop-down box. In your browsing lists, click the blog page to choose it for edit. Use the + symbol in the Blog pane to click to add it.
Opens the Blog Mail Editor. In order to insert a name for your contribution, click on the field Enter a post title........ Titles must consist of 200 or less chars. In order to insert further contents such as pictures, galleries or videos, click on an insertion point and choose the corresponding blocks from the menu.
See How to insert a block for more information. Now you can increase the amount of your blog posts by using the same pads and utilities you use for a regular page. For more information, please see Building a page. In order to extend the blog entry to a full-page publisher, click on the expanding arrows in the upper right hand corners of the Contents area.
Using catagories and tagging, you can organise your blog by topic. Combined with the Archive Block or Tag Cloud Block, you can build a design that allows users to display similar postings according to their interests. For more information, see Use tag and category in a blog. Once you have enabled commenting in the comment settings, you can turn commenting on or off for specific blog entries by selecting Comment on/off in the Blog Post Editor.
Enable this option to allow users to leave remarks as long as the posting is being made. You can see the number of posts that have been commented on next to the blog heading on the Blog Page panel. If you want to quit the blog posts for annotations after a certain period of inactivity, click Never, then specify a date and times when to quit annotations.
For more information about thumbnails and how to view them, see Add thumbnails. Each blog entry has its own unique custom web address that is styled using your standard postal web address format. Per default, Mail contains the date of publishing. Here is an example of a standard blogpost URL: In order to modify the postal url, click on the Options page, then on the field Post-URL and modify the slot.
Your blog page contains the Page Schlug tag but you can modify the Blog page slot using your own text by using hyphens instead of space characters. This is what the address would look like if you were to remove /2017/01/01/01/01/01/post-title from the above address and switch the postal address slot to /my-new-post-title: In order to assign the article to another resource or related hyperlink, please enter a corresponding URI in the field Resource-UL.
In order to associate the mail header with the original IP address, select the Mail header should point to the original IP address box. Keep this checkbox disabled to include the original posting title at the end of the posting without associating the posting header with it. For more information, see Links to a postal heading with externally generated contents.
In the standard system, the blog posting creator is the first to create it. Also, if your Web site has Basic Authors or other collaborators with Content Editor privileges, you can choose a different name from the Autor drop-down list on the Options page. Authors' names appear in the blog posts and on the blog page, according to your templates and style editor preferences.
It can also be configured to be displayed in the totals block and in the archive block. See Manage Blog Mail Actors for more information. Blogs give your reader a foretaste or tells a story about a full blog posting. And if you have a tendency to contribute longer, or if your postings are rich in pictures or video, a blog extract will make it easy for your audience to browse through your blog and fully view the contributions by pressing the "Read More" button.
" When you do not include a contribution statement, the full contribution is displayed on the home page (in listing views formats). For more information about abstracts and their presentation, please go to Using Blog excerpts. Select the Site tabs to create a site for your posting. Farro, Five, Negative, and template with rasterized/stacked blog pages can show the site on the blog page.
View the locations of all documents in overview blocks. Every presentation is different for each of them. Those societal albums provide the ability to move blog contents to profile automatically: In order to distribute contents, first link your community members. Square Space can submit the blog posting track, address and creator to any associated site when you submit a contribution.
Click the Policies page in the Mail Editor for each blog entry you want to approve, and then enable the Policies option for each Policies page on which you want to approve the entry. Adjust the text to the contributions by typing text or variable in the box to the right of the Shift key.
Move the cursor over the ? symbol to see a variable listing that you can use. Publishing the contribution to transfer it automagically to the chosen charity contacts. Please note: Blog contents are only transferred once to a charity bank. When you' re editing your blog entry and want to release the upgraded copy, split your blog entry by hand.
Once you have finished processing a contribution, you can do it: If you want to store the item and make it available as a published contribution, click Store & Publishing. Plan the contribution for your own publication in the near future. For more information, see Planning Blog Mail. In order to plan a contribution, return to a design or mark it as Needs Review by clicking on the View tab above the Save & Publish icon.
Although most styles have a templatespecific blog page layout with their own styling options, all blog layouts come in one of three categories: Schedule - The destination page piles the contributions in a vertical order. Raster - Thumbnails of each blog entry are displayed in a raster. Visit your blog page. Browse down to the blog section to try different options.
Start a blog posting. Open the Styles Editor again and browse down to the blog section. Blog messages in many styles have their own styles optimized that only appear when you're in a blog message. To learn more about Blog Submit Option, see Blog Functions by Submission. Your blog entries can be managed in the Blog Page section.
Draft, public, planned, and required contributions are sorted by the most recently stored date, from the most recent to the oldest. Planned contributions are displayed at the top. Find a blog entry to edit or publish using the find tool at the top of the screen. Filters the query to see all results, draft only, or posted only.
In order to modify an already posted article, click on the article heading and then on Modify. If you want to move blog items to another blog page, Shift-click the element you want to move. Shift-click and drag to choose more than one contribution. When you have chosen the items you want to move, click Move.
The Move pushbutton will only appear if you have more than one blog page. Changing the date a blog entry is posted before or after it is posted. It changes the order in which articles appear on a blog page. For more information on other blog customisation choices, please check out the blog settings and blog functions by templates.